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Giovanni Arrighi, David Harvey, and Joel Andreas on Arrighi's Adam Smith in Beijing

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Giovanni Arrighi, David Harvey, and Joel Andreas on Arrighi's Adam Smith in Beijing


Published 2008


Is US power in decline? What are we to make of the rise of China? Will a possible equalization of North-South relations herald a more brutal capitalism or a better world? Giovanni Arrighi, Joel Andreas, and David Harvey give their perspectives in this forum, for a discussion of Arrighi's 2007 book Adam Smith in Beijing (Verso). The event, filmed in Baltimore, MD, in March of 2008, was organized by the Red Emma's collective.

Discussants:
Giovanni Arrighi is professor of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University. His books include The Long Twentieth Century (1994), Chaos and Governance in the World System (w/ Beverly Silver, 1999), and Adam Smith in Beijing (2007).

Joel Andreas is professor of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University. He is the author and cartoonist of Addicted to War: Why the US Can't Kick Militarism (2004).

David Harvey is is professor of Anthropology at the Graduate Center at City University of New York. His many books include Spaces of Hope (2000), The New Imperialism (2003), A Brief History of Neoliberalism (2005), and Limits to Capital (new ed, 2007).


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